This past September, I was in San Salvador for business. Close to my hotel, I stumbled upon a jewel of a boutique, specializing in handmade soaps called, 'Los Jabones de Mis Hijas'. It's located in the 'Zona Rosa', and is run by three sisters. They have over 30 varieties of soaps available, all handmade by the sisters. The soaps all cost $3.50 per 100 grs. I bought mango, honey and beewax, coffee, and rose.
If you're traveling to San Salvador, I highly recommend stopping in as the soaps make great gifts! The quality is what you would expect to find in a specialty boutique in France or Spain.
My only question, why don't Honduran artisans make unique, quality products that travelers actually want to buy?
The blog their shop is: www.losjabonesdemishijas.blogspot.com
Also, check out their Facebook page.